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> Turkey's Islamic Party - Final Days?
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post Jul 2 2008, 02:27 PM
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Turkish Ruling Party on Trial.

The AKP might be wound-up and its members barred from parliament if the national court finds the AKP party to be anti-constitutional.

I personally think the EU are being a bit moronic here saying that voters should decide, given that the secular constitution is not a framework but a rule. If a party regularly violates the constitution, it is a question of law whether to allow it or stop it from doing so.
The court ban on AKP should strengthen Turkey's Europe bid, but the EU is saying otherwise. Thankfully (on this issue) EU words do little to sway Turkey and AKP's foreclosure seems imminent.

As Turkey is secular, any party that wants to run the nation from "holy" books is in violation of the constitution. A secular nation cannot make religion-based policy or discriminate/favour any one religion over others.
AKP have introduced measures to advance (literalist) Islam in Turkey. And it seams that the brave secularists of Turkey have had enough.

What is funny is that AKP = LAOS.
For all the reason nationalist zealots dislike Turkey at current are the reasons LAOS will ruin Greece.
Secular is the only way for a Government to be. If you allow them to rule on private-feelings and 'intuitions' you get yourself into all kinds of trouble, like AKP trying to bring in Shari'a law or LAOS' anti-semitism.

The closure of AKP will do much to improve Greek-Turkish relations. I for one welcome this closure as a secularist, rationalist, humanist and Greek!


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post Jul 2 2008, 05:46 PM
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AKP and LAOS are two totally different parties with totally different agendas
You can not make statements such as the ones you did without backing them up with hard evidence that proves they are similar. All you said was that one wants to introduce Shari'a law and the other is anti semitist.......
LAOS dismisses claims of antisemitism and apologised for the anti semitist outburst karazaferis made.

Therefore....AKP is trying to introduce a totally different form of government and rule resulting in hundreds of thousands of Turkish nationals to lose their rights because "Allah" is discriminative

And LAOS has been known to have some Anti Semitist sentiment which it itself rejects

WOW!!!!!! OMOIA I must be drunk because I'm seeing double
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For all the reason nationalist zealots dislike Turkey at current are the reasons LAOS will ruin Greece.


You dislike Turkey because they are pro-Turk, pro-Religion, because they won't recognise crimes of the past and because they will do anything to protect Turkishness as they see it.
They flex their muscles at neighbours who disagree and they are difficult to deal with because they want to prove they have the upper-hand.

This is AKP.

That is also LAOS, Greece will become just like Turkey is in regard to foreign relations if LAOS receive a majority vote.
LAOS are irrational, LAOS want religious governance, LAOS want all the things AKP are doing currently.

So they are practically one-in-one.
To deny this is an act of great intellectual dishonesty.

Greece is at disadvantage though because it does not have a secular constitution to defend it from such insanity.

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